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Which companies sell PLCs?

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Which companies sells PLCs?
 

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Re: PLC

Allen-Bradley was the first one to produce PLCs
 

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Siemens do wonderful easy to use PLCs so is that is the one use by FIAT.
 

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Re: PLC

ABB, GE Fanuc, Omron, Mitsubishi, Scheider, ...
and almost electronic company will have it ...
 

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Hitachi very good brand about plc.
w*w.hitachi-ds.com
 

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lyle said:
Siemens do wonderful easy to use PLCs so is that is the one use by FIAT.

agree with you, i use mitsubishi and Siemens, SIemens are by far more easy to use than Mitsubishi.
 

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Re: PLC

In America: Number one is AB, GE,...
In Euro : 1 Siemens,2 ABB,
In Asia: Siemens, AB, 1 Mitsubishi, Omron, Yokogawa,
 

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Re: PLC

After working with siemens PLC many years, we had to use a small PLC with possibility to connect a vehicle CAN-bus. We choose a PLC from WAGO (750-837).

In this 750-8xx family of wago I/O System you can scale the input/output devices very effectiv. After using d the CAN-Device we often use the Ethernet-Device (750-841) for coupling any I/O to PC-Applications in VB or java.

You can find documentation in german and english on: https://www.wago.com/wagoweb/documentation/index_d.htm
 

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